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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1916.
47TH X)FF FOR CAMP seventh, nearing border, 'O'RYAH SETS RECORDlY. J. MAYO REFUSES
WITH ONLY 900 MEN i sights band of Mexicans RACE T0 BEEKMAN
;3(1 of Jlrouklyn Ordered to
LfiiM' To-dny for Mrowns
CAVALRY ALSO TO START
There nrre fewer ilfpifrturi-H of Nn
t,n,il iJininl lumps for the tinnier In
Hit Ivp.iMimnt of the Kat yrcterdny
thin Min- tlx' tlrst troop move tnnitn
juried. Miijor-deii. l.innard Wood wild,
ho ever, that ho iitlll expected the entlro
,-,w York Stnto KU.tril would lie In
motlm for TVmih or Mvxlco liy Tlicmluy
The only truopi Iti tho Kuxt Hint left
(,,r jMinitH In TfXiiH wero tho Klrnt
llrit.iilo of the lVnnxylviitilii National
liuanl. rontpnuliiB thu l-'lrnt, Hi-toml utid
Thir.l Infantry rrirliiipntB ntul auxiliaries
inJ ll" Fifth Infantry of New Jerxey.
Thf I'rtitinyluililii men lind been delayed
ty the uninc trouble phynlcnl deficiency
and link of eciulpiiient that nro being
nrounteii'(l i verywherc.
In Vvv Vuk rft.iti', tho l-'orty-novcntli
Inf.intiy of ltiooklyn vvum tho only regl
ir'iit I ' ni'ivr. it tnl It left In the imirnliiK
tinl rea'heil lVcl.sMII In tho ufternooti.
The '1'tteiity-tlunl Infantry, tho lust
llrookljn ri . incut, Iiiim been oritereil to
intr to-il.o for llrownsvllle, Tex. Kour
tfop.-i of t.iv.ilry iiImo will leave to-dayJ
(or lifiwiwuiio. iney uiu t, u, 11 mid
il of the Virn Cavalry. With them
mil ki Col I'li.irle I. He llevol?e. Troop
U. H, V: 1 and J will remain at Van
Cerihtiilt l'alk 'or the prei-enl.
(Inly 'JO, 0(1(1 un Way.
All toid there are now fewer than
20.000 National (iiiardsmen on the way
to the border and iiO.UHU have still to be
ir.ii.-'.eioil in, inakint; rmiiclily &3.0U0 now
ii eaimi In the liepartment of tho Kant.
Beyond tlr.H, M.iJnr-lii'Ii. Wood could
Cie out little Information yesterday at
Hovtrnor's l.il.ind. "1 am forbidden to
itiKUiw the country'K preparedness for
puhlic.it .on,'' he ald and produced u
ttltKram trom the War Department
the tirt liuumtioit of an American cell
torrhlp on National (iunrd movementx.
"No tniotniatlon can bo Klvun reward
ir.R the movement of troop en routo to
tre Tex.i- border or the points to which
they are beiiw fo' warded," the despatch
tal It was Mid at Ciovernors Island
tn.it pri'Mitnalily it was Intended to pre
vent .Mexicans In eojthem Slates at
Umpt r.c to ilnamite troii trains.
(.ten N.'.mI could i:lvr. However, a re
Section Hands, With Women and Children, Gaze In
differently at the New Yorkers Military School
on Trains Speeding Into Texas.
Covers Distance From Muni
cipal ltiiildliifr in Hour and
"N HoAIIU SKVKNTII ltKIIIMKNfl TRAIN
-No. 1, Waco, Toa Juno 30. Col. Wll
hird c. Kink Is determined thai the, Sev.
enth rhall bo up to the mark Iri patriotic
duty when It reachcH the Mtxlcnn border.
""y to-dny, when tho men were not
liolloInK tho cars, underpins Inspection
or henrlntr lectures on the caro of their
huilth In n hot climate by Major K. 1'.
Fowler and Capt. T. H. Lucas of tho
Medlcnl Corps, tho companies Were hold
Intr recitations ui-on outliost ncrvlce and
Company commanders conducted tho
bsjons. Tho second section, dlrtctcd by
wire, held fclmllar schools at tho samo
Tho tlrst .Mexicans wero tlKhtcd at
.McAlcster, Okla., and proved of Inllnltely
num. Interest to tho Seventh than tho
Seventh was to tho Mexicans. A KittiK
of 100 section hands lined up by tho
tracks to watch tho train ku by, whll
box cats tilled with their women and
children stood on a sldlnp closo by. Olio
Mexican woman, enthused by tin. tight
of uniforms, waved her hand, but tho
men remained altogether stolid.
A IHrtlulny Ci-li-ltriitlon.
Company F raised the roofs of Its cars
this ewnltiR In conrrratulatliiK SerKo.int
William (I. Ias Compte on his forty
sixth birthday. Capt. William I.. Cavtll
on behalf of the men piesented a sliver
clK.irctte case. SetKeant l.o Compto has
served nlni years with tho Seventh and
befoie that ho put In live years with thu
Fifth Mar) land Infantry.
I'rlvate William V. McKenna of Com
pnny K received a telettram at Dentson.
Tex., from his brother and law partner,
James II. McKenna, a Second Lieutenant
In the Sixty-ninth New York, notifying
him that he also had received a com
mission as Second Lieutenant In that
renlment. McKenna will proceed with
the Savenlh to llrownsvllle, but may re
turn north at once to make the trip
.iKaln with the Sixty-ninth.
Kvery man before ImvIiik Now York
wan supplied with an Identification ta
to be hum; around his neck, but many
of these wore not marked. This work
Is behiK finished on the train, but since
there are only three sets of stencils It Is
Although Ph train has been putting
nt attention, although I lie inrpettion was
accoinjianlnd by illlllrnltles beeauso of
the violent rooking of tho train. Many
privates were nearly pitched Into tho
nrms of Col, Klsk.
The train was found to be In excellent
condition except Unit the water supply
failed to keep pace with tho demand.
Company 13 had provide! ltsdf with
nn oil cooking stove and two huge pots
of coffeo ncto kept simmering nil the ,
MOTORCYCLF.S (10 AHEAD
Col. V")t received an offer of J 1.0.10
from a fmmer olllcer of tho Seventh
with which to buy needed supplies, but
the Colonel ijcclded not to avail himself
of the offer at prenent.
TWELFTH IN OHIO.
Slops nt 1'ostopln to I'.xerelse Men
nnil IVril UIMt llore.
('Ltn'Kl.ANP, Juno 30, The Twelfth In
fantry and Companies D, K and K,
Field Artillery, of New York, totalling
1.400 officers and men. arrived at
Kostorla, Ohio; to-night nnd stopped nn
hour to exercise tho men and feed t'ao
200 homes that are being curried with
Capt. Hoosevelt. a cousin of the
Colonel, Is with them. The men are well
and In high spirits, All along the rotito
from Now York In tho daytime they
report having received rousing recep
tions. They left Fostorla nt '. o'clock
FOURTEENTH SPEEDS ON
Troop TrHln I'hkvIiik M. I. outs
With "Villa or Hum" Xrenniers.
St. l.ot'l, .Tune 30 Among the troop
trains carrying 2.000 K.istem soldiers
which insc thrmu-h here to-day on the
ny to the border was the last section of
the special currying the Fourteenth New
York Infantry of Itrooklyn. The New
Yorkers Mopped In the terminal yards
only a few minutes early this morning.
The motinti'd scout detachment and
the iiuaitermaster'" depigment of the
Seventy-tlrst New York Infantry pasted
through here late tn-jilght.
The Massachusetts contingent whs the
largest to go through during the day. It
consisted ot -tlx batteries of lletd artll
lety. Hattcry A of Hoston, II of Wor
cester, C of Lawrence and D, K and V
ALL MILITIA READY ,1,480 N.J. MILITIA
TO TELL OF WIVES FOR SERVICE JULY 21 ON WAY TO BORDER
Falls Hiu'k on Constitutional
Might nt Kxiuuiniitiou
Wiir Deimrtinenl Sns Moliili
xution Would Do Credit
to F.ui'opeiiu Touer.
ASKKI) A HOL T FIXAXCKS
....... .if tlw. t.rnumt 14 1 ;if I. (if tritilf im In
ts department whUh have not started j r-gln lost time Lieut,
Solillers of the flrt contlncents entii-
on all practicable speed In an effort to plained that they were not allows) to
D. C Despiird. ' meir car i.i iecei,. or write let-
,rder. I'or one reason Z j acting regimental .uljutant. says he'd,-. . -; J" Uay
other nnsi of them are not in shape to W "'""t making San Antonio much
mvp As usual. In one case .1 Is small befoio to-morrow morning or Browns-
r.,iin.ir. In another lack of eo.iiiiment. vllle before evening.
In a Uilid poor plsical condition
Asilc from New York, the following
trcep" ate encamped: One b.-lgadu In
lr.r.l.mln, one small brigade In tho
I'lstri. t of Columbia, three reg tnints la
Mar, '.iiul. two regiments In Tentuss'c.
t ree 'eltm iits In Kentucky, threo reKl
n.en's (leorla and one ea. h In Flor
M'svsslppl, Louisiana and Alabama.
Xtw Hamiishlie Is busy recruiting.
llrownsvllle Is moro
than 300 miles beyond San Antonio, and
I If through some delay the regiment Is
still on wheels on Sunday Chaplain Will
iam IC. McCord will request Col Klsk
to (-top tho train long enough to allow
for an open air service.
Vrters.ll of the Seventh.
(lad to l.inir Armor).
but these are not the only States
w.,or regiments are not In good tlKhtlng
eor. ii'Mn so far as iiersonnel and eitulp-mi-r.-
si. The Forty-sexentn left lt
ri.'in at Marry ,mnue and Howard
nr. ft lliook!)ii, early et-rday morn
ite urn only
As different companies of the regiment
hiked up i:.ist Choctaw street at McA'.ls
ter to-day by far the most ctithulastlc
spectator was It. 1 Sutton, one of .Mr
Mister's foremost men of war. Mr. ,
Sutton launched Into an account of bat-1
tllnr beside the Seventh in imi on the I
Itapldan. lie remembereil distinctly that !
he, as a prlvte In tho Fifty-second Dela- '
ware, was next to thu Seventh In the 1
!( men. Just half war i Thirteenth Army Cort. i
Ann i want to ten you. ne an-i
that those devils
I'.a peels to lie
llr list 1 1 1
Camp Whitman, Hhken IIavkn. N. Y
June SO. Major-Oetl. O'lty.lli and Ad)t.
tleii. Stotesbtiry visited camp this after
noon and Inspected the 11,000 National
(Juardsnien now under canvas In the
. daisy tlelds and poison Ivy patches of
They also set a new record for speed
on tho dusty roads along the Hudson
Valley, for they whizzed llko a meteor
past tho guard of honor drawn up at tho
camp entrance. Just one hour and forty
live minutes after they stepped Into tho
machine at the Municipal llulldlug In
New York, nil their way they left on
smashed molorrjcle, olio automobile con
taining two startled and Indignant
sweethearts, and u whole countryside full
ot natives who thoUKht llatley's comet
had been an Intimate visitor to thWr
Two of the fastest riders In the motor
cycle detachment of the First Annored
Motor Lattery wero detailed as an' ad
vance guard for tho twelve cylinder ma
chine In which tho Journey was mad-.
Dan Dresser, nmateur motorcycle speed
champion of the world and a member ot
the detachment, rode a quarter of a mile
ahead to clear the road. Midway be
tween him and the (tetierals' auto rode
Corporal James Converse, chief despatch
lie.irer, detailed as (Jen. Ullynns or
dirly They set a pace that kept the
speedometer needle always above tiro
fort)-tlvo mile mark and often up to
llllM'kril li) t ret llrarla.
Drescr had the worst of the traveling.
Ills was the task of shooing Jogulng
country farm wagons out Into the road
side ditches for the roaring car that
shot past a few seconds later. Con
stables stood In the road and shook their
clubs Impotent)) as he whizzed by.
i:erythltig made way save one young
couple. Dresser came upon them as he
rounded a sharp curve near Osslnlng.
He had Just time to see that the machine
i was wabbling across tho road because
Urn man had his arms around the girl
InMead of on the steering wheel, and
then Dresser lilt them. Converse, be
hind, sent hack the slirmil to halt, an 1
Ceti. O'ltyan's car slid along with brakes
Dresser straightened nut a few dents
In his running gear and resumed his
task. Military motorcjcles are built sol
idly. A few miles further on a tire on
tho automobile gave up the Job and had
to bo replaced i.in..e more, near the
camp entrance, the party was held up.
this time, by a prosaic wagon loaiK-d
with Ice cream. Dobbin held to the mid
dle of the road long enough for the guard
to be turned out In welcome.
icn. O'ltymi hurried to the head
quarters tent and held a conference with
the otlkers In charge immediately on ar
liNlng. Afterward he Inspected the camp
carefully, llrlg.-iien. Lester. In com
mand of the Thltd llrlgade, had reported
earlier In the day and be and llrlg.-IJen.
. I.ddy of the Second llrlgade had dinner
I with the division commander and (!en.
1 Stotcbury. after which the latter two
, , , i-iih'ii nieir advance guard or motor-
I inter until In cyclists together and raced back to New
nounced that an emergency mall serv
for troop trains, had been established.
Ity nn nrrancement with the railroads
tho post ofllce Is notified of nil mall on
board and a special collection Is made
as the trains nrrlve.
The Hew Harris II (iregg, pastor of
the Washlnglon-Compton Presbyterian
Church, with two assistant", metill sol
iller trains to-rlay and distributed New
Several of the Eastern regiments were
tranferred to Dupo, 111., ten miles from
Hist St. l-oiil", to the Iron Mountain
toad for the. south.
Vlrglnltis J. Mnyo, the New Haven
manufacturer who Is helm; sued b)
Mrs. Wlthelmlna Me.vir Mayo for dam
ages because) he Induced her to many
him when he already had a wife, was
examined before trial yesfetday before
William A. Mcllunld iu. referee. Toe
examination wns held under the recent
decision of the Appellate Division of the
Stuireme Court holding that Mayo must
answer nil questions put to htrn unless
he desires to raise the constitutional ob
jection that his answers would tend to
Incriminate or degrade him.
Mnyo refused to nusner ninny qui,
tlons yesterday on the constitutional
grounds, although he testified freely as
to his flnnnces, which he refused to di
vulge before Among the questions put
to him by Kdwln II. Iavltt of counsel
for Mrs. Mayo which he refund to
answer was whether he knew Fimenie
Weeks, who divorced him In Scranton,
I'a., on thn ground of his marriage to
The defendant said that after leaving
Scranton, where lie married Florin.
Weeks, he went to lllnvhamton In is no,
and then to Itockford, III., where lie
lived with his brother, Ueorge, now In
Seattle. He went to Chicago from Itock
ford. hut refused tn say whether he
lived there with a womnn. He declined
to say whether he ever went to llazle
ton, Pa., with Florence Weeks. Jle
testified Hint his tlrst marriage was to
Alma nice Ma)o In Cleveland in
1SS0, He refused to say w bother he lind
entered Into any other man luges on tin
ground that It would tend to Incrlml
nate him. He admitted that he Is tie
father of several uhlldrcn. but refused
to give Uie names of anv except hi
daughter, Virginia, 34 years old. Alma
nice .Mayo died n 1SV7. lie sali .
Mayo refuse,) to say whether be had
another wife living between the time hi
tlrst wife died and subsequent dates and
declined to say whether lie knew l'(s
Dudley of Itrooklyn. who Is the mother
of two of his children He said lie
owned property In New Haven nsessed
at I.1X.000 and mortgaged for J27.n"o
He also owns several patents subject to
The defendant said hi New Jlnveo
residence at t9H Dlxwell avenue was
transferred to his daughter, Mi. Vir
ginia Kerr of Pelham. last Diveml'r,
when n!ic gave him l,ooa and as
sumed the mortrages. He owns the fur
nishings, but pay no lent under an
agreement by which he can live there
for four years by paying the taxes and
the upkeep of the proierty.
Mn)o's examination will be concluded
on July 7.
WIFE SPURNS $200 ALIMONY.
t'LKASF.I- WITH ItKSCLTS
WasIIINiitov, June SO. Instead of In
dorsing the many criticisms of the mllltla
mobilization whkh are appearing the
War Department tukis the view IriM
mutters' aro progressing smoothly and
It is ixpected that the mobilization of
the National i.naid will ! compien
Fifth Regiment F.nlrains and
Hie Fourth Will Stnrl
CIIFKRS FOR YOUNO RANI)
Camp FiEi.ns.it, Sua IIirt, N. J., June
?.. Tho Fifth neglmcnt, I.IM) men,
logither with about 100 recruits who had
bt en left behind, entrained this morning
and to-night uro well on lliolr way to
All the heavy equipment of Urn regl-
within a month Hum .lunii 21. the nay " oeen lonueu on me iraius lasi
when It was oidelid by President Wll- night, and this morning there wan llttlo
son. oillclals of the War Department ,i( iy Kvll)f ,nc, . tlu-lr breakfast.
Insisted to-day that gelling 1. t.l.oon ,
militia troop iendy for sot vie the " "' 'i"'i'ui. m o u.c
bolder In that time was in liseu a iiisr " mm einrium mem on.
whUh would do iredlt to any or ino
i;uroH-ati war starfs.
It wa a far mole dilllcnlt task, they
added, to git men ftoui civilian life Into
shape for mllltan service along tho
proportions stipulated by the National
litiard mobilization than to mobilize
regular Hoops, as the l.titopean Powers
Many relatives and close friends of the
ii'eu had spent the night In hotels lu.ar
hire and a big crowd was at hand to
In it the regiment on Its way. Tin re
wero many teatful leave taking before
the regiment lined up for the short march
I i the cars. The cetitio of attraction
was tho )outhfiil baud. These musicians
(ireat Ilrlluln requited a
gel Dio.nuu ngiilai- HojpH with neces-
dhl at the iiutliicuu ot ino win. . Iinllstedvesterdavwheiithevheariltli.il
motiin to ... .,, ,
llli iteees- 1 . .' '
when Iho ",m,,i",y rt'""
ex d lined '''' 1- tterlng u
explaineii .,....,,,. ,,.,,, .....
a we.K lor too . . . . . .
Herman army to move one i "j v.". t.ihtiy of Its members had to obtain tho
nimpaiiy the regiment lo the border
"7 ecp i in lino i i.i . ..ei, v The new lettering uponjlie drum of the
war broke out. army onicers eMn.iiov.. ,,.crulted band
to-itay. Ji now requires i. . " ,m,d Is the Cadet Hand of Pat.rson. and
"V," 1 .. ,,,,,. V,n. PemilsJilon of their parents In order to
which Is a dletan... of L.O miles wHIK M enlist. Five days rations were supplied
In the American mobilization troops In "
AdJt.-(Jen Sadler and (Jen. Wood are
The P't-d Signal Corps of Jersey Clfy
ma rijs.i not be able to ne, away nt nl!
ilcii. Wood told Oen. Sadler late thli
afternoon over the telephone that the
War Department had refused to supply
him Willi iiii more cavalry hoises, ami
I also that the War Department will not
, sanction the purchase of these HO aid-
I mat l led l.v (len. Sadler.
' On Juno 2 a (iov. Fielder notified
l'lisidenl Wilson that all the New Jersey
Hoop olllet-eil mobilized II the llrst Call
Wire leedv to move. Ho asked also that
tin .lersiviuen be lnelud"d III the tlrst
nrivciii. nt of Hoops to Hie. border. Prsl
I'M Wll on rip led to this let main with
Hie follow lug letter:
"I have your telegram of Jtinn
It Is line to think how- pp. mptly tho
Jim rey bo) got Icady. I feel somo hesl
tiitlon In intiMferi'g wnh tho plans of
the War Dep ittnti nl. because I know
so well how thoroughly they have stud
led them out with a view to disposing
tin- Hoops most ellcctlvcly on the bordci,
but )ou may bo sum we shall want tho
Jersevtneti an w on as It Is possible to
HAY RELIEF BILL INDORSED.
Iliuisi- I nit I ) llccoiiiinctiil Pay
roe t.iiiirdsiiii'ii' HepemlenH.
W vsiiiniiton, Juno 3d. Hy a tin.i'ii
llirilM Vote the Holl'ii Committee on Mill
tary AITatrs to-day tecommended tin1
pnsige of the Hay bill, providing rellf
for thi' depetideiii families of Nation.. I
Suardsmcii eervlng on the Mexico,
Tie- bill carries an appropriation nf
$2," i It provides that a dependent
m .lei louts of n National Cuiardstiian
shall t; pmt f.'.u a mouth while such
guard man ill aetlvo service away
fi "in bis home s'atlon gitardsmiii
ion) acceti! this benelit or retire from the
fiuaid wl'li an honoiable ills, -barge, Tim
II. iv lull w.ll be called up In the llousi
to-morrow , and Us passage by that cham
ber is asnred.
some Instant es will be requlrul to go
nearly SfJO'i mies to their destination
Oriinue lied t-russ formed.
oiianc.i:, N. J., June Tto -Prominent
71ST WELL INTO TEXAS.
utet'it i Onlv il& were original mem
ttrs r. .re In ptnportlon hnvltig been re- nounced to auditors,
Intel , medic il exaniliieia tiian or any can turn.
othsr o'mmanil In the city. ! The compliment was appreciated re-
The nun seemed delighted to get irardless of the fact that the Seventh,
ii , i t only in the general direction although called to Washington In ISi'.l
of "ii i front' but out of their armory. 'and to Pot Federal Hill, llaltlmore, in
VI ore i'roopa m ijfl,
K'ltyan made the announcement
. . a in en rather an iinhealthful
p'.v ' stay In for some days. The
"nrl't of the armory and Its dirt floor
have Peon blamed for the sickness
air .rj tlie n.en. but Lleiit.-Col. W. S.
Ttrr' r v. SiMgeon-Cieneral of the New
Y 'r ! . -. ii, denied yesterday that he
ha I . 1 IV building should bo ron-e-i
i Tli me:, would bo all right
they ot out In tho open air, he
Fort) eveiith arrived nt tho New
r. ntr.l yards at Sixtieth street
in1 l:.v,t,'b iivetiue at 10 oVIoek. and
T it ' . del ly started for Pts-ksklll to
' n- al tiius..- f Its band. It went In
Is i -i. ' us of nine cars each, with
C Jar i , v in the tlrst section.
T rw-.-nty-tlilrd expects to leave Its
im irv at lledford and Atlantic ave
' ( lit . iklyn. e.nly this morning. The
reg n . ,- now- has l,l'.'5 men. Including
' ' it-, i nits Col. Frank A. Norton ex-
lsiii', saw no battle action before (".ettvs-
burg In UC3. There were, however, more
than 600 Seventh Iteglment men who
served as officers In the civil war.
Company 1 holds the war marriage
record for the headquarters train. Five
of its men were wedded between Satur
day nnd Monday, before the Seventh en
trained. They were Corp. Kdward
liancker, a broker: Privates lMward
IK'ni, r,tli,.rulu. flr.iMUV' CtlfY t:,a.,..i
Ceorgo Harry Helmont, a building con
tractor, nnd Cookio John Darrln.
XlnkliiK t'p Lost Time.
When the second ectlon of the New
York Seventh Itcglment's train reached
Denlson, Tex., It had made up a go
part of tho lost time and was then run
ning only two houts behind the first
Col, Flk made nn Inspection of the
nineteen fcleeiiito? nnd bagirago cars In
move hi. r.-glment more lfl mornnKi accompanied by his staff.
Sl:VTNTV-lil:sT ItnilMKNT TllOOt'TllVIN, '
Dkniso.v, Te., June 30 --Storekeepers
111 town along the Mlss-iurl. Kansas nnd "'"
levas. Itailrnad are reading a harvest ' lVi,r forresiiomients" n answer to
from the hungry New York bov s Prn I 'luetlon that he expected a second
of foodstuffs have soared at the sight brigade of his troops to start for Hrowns
of khaki. vllle. Tex., within four or five days.
I.at night when the second si ctlon of , "p would not say which units would
the Sevrntv. tlrst Itegim.nt. comprising 1 empoe the expedition, but admitted
C tupanies M. K, L and 1, had a nlnetv ' "lat the Twentv-thlrd Itcglment of
minute stop at Sedalla, Mo the men I "rooklyn would be among them. This
wero victimized so flagrantly that a cltl- I regiment wa to come to Peeksklll
zen teleihon.d the Ma)or and asked bitn ' for target practice to-morrow, but the
to use hi. ollice to restrain the too keen I "rder was cancelled late to-day. Thu
business nu n. Mayor H.ib.-ock Jumped Third Iteglment, he let It be Inferred. Is
Into his automobile and hurried t the lliM exepected to go soon. His own
station, where he obtained plenty of evi
deuce from oltlcers and men. He de
eland that he would take action Imme
diately to halt the practice.
As tho Haiti rushed southward the
thermometer climbs by the minute, and
to get tellef the men wear only under
h'.. t. Pblnney Insists nn Trial
nf tier SriMlmtlon Suit.
Mrs. Wlllbi P. H. Phlnney declined
)estenlay to sign a separatl n agreement
providing for Kn" a iiiouth alluiony
when It was offered to her before Justice
Clark. She had sued for a separation
from Hrnest C. Phlnney, a wealthy
Florida lumber merchant.
Joseph It. Truesdale, nitortiey for
i-mnney, iomi ine court .mis. ruin-i f,t the in.uhiiie
ta-y's attorney. Max D. Stciiei. has i enormous i,i,
approveit ine lorm or ine agieemeni
and Mrs, Phlnney, who was sitting In the
c nirt iom, went before the bar and
said: "Hut I don't approve of tt. I in
sist upon my separation suit being tried
It was lllvd In this court before a suit
for divorce brought by my husband in
Florida was tiled "
Mr Truesdale explained that Ills client
bad been paving the !-"n a month
rrgulaily under an order of the Florida
r mrt. and that he prop sed to continue
tbt payments until otherwise directed.
"The real reason Mrs. 1'hmney take
headquarters will lie moved to the border
about Hie same time nnd he and his
sf.lCr U'lll nluriln !.. .H..I.U.. .. n I. I
until other instructions are given by the "'lH l,''!,"1"' "'J'1''1 Mr ' ruesdale. "is
War Department. . that she thinks If she can get her action
"Ci.nn, U'hiinm'n ,..in v. ....i . i bi-re tried she in il' be able to get an
bae camp." he said, "for mobilizing 'anil ' "'V'nce payment of a month s alimony, j
training recruits. There will probably
At I o'clock ihls afternoon the train I"' "'"'".v about a brigade here until the I "!,,'
pased our the border between Texas , troops are demobilized " in tilt
by Suinlsy nixht.
u.an any coniinaud that hasTlP occupants of cacti car stoo.1 rigidly vlilu
!..i.tlig planned the departure
MILITARY BILL MAY SENATE VOTES TO BUY
REACH $750,000,000 THE HAMMOND PATENT;
Mie wants to clean up some debts
I should think that would be to my
said Mrs. Phlnney
mil Oklahoma, and when the men water supply for the camp wa
learned that now It was only a qucsti m turned on to-day nt 0 A. M. Col, Lucas
of miles Instead of States between il., ,n of the Twenty-second Fngltiecrs. the men
and their (li-sl'.'iatlon they sent up gnat wh" ,li,v'' '"'"'"l on the work with the
lieers. At the present rate the n tjl- '"''l "f Col, Conley's Sixty-ninth, stood ; A nt hor AU A miiiliiient nf
ineiu win lie under canvas at Hrowns- "" un- inn nnere ine ihi.iiuii gallon rlnur. bill ln llewe.l
( otilrii! With iiiiiUIi Wor.
In a general way W'ar Department
oillclals sav the are now assured that
there will b.( n j shortage of equipment,
no shortage of nniotunltlon and that
arllllerv and machine guns will be pro
vided as soon .is p I unucl can bo trained
to use them All signs point to u strik
ing contrast betwe. n conditions which
the War Dip.-uti.ient is now encountering
and conditions whUh were rounu in
exist at the outset of the Spanish war 1
Ily way of lllu-tr.it ion one staff otfi-1
ter 'said that he remembered having
seen tluo Height ..us waiting bile a'
Tampa. Fia.. al the beginning of the
Spanlsh-Amerl an war. Imsmuu no one
knew wh'-re thev were to go or wrtal
was to be done wilh the supplies the
"Thero Is no sign of anv such con- .
fusion now," he added. "In fad sup
plltit ate moving with regularity In
practically all e.ise. ami reports from ad
parts of the country show satisiactor)
The manner In whi. h the railroad
are cooperating with the War Depaii
mem Is alo commended at the War De
partment and there are said to be s-v
eral !nstan es to which trisqi full)
equlpptd have got awa) sooner than x
peeled. lteeatiso secret agent of Carranz.i are
understood to be el ly watiilng the;
piogress of the iiiob.lizatlou to the boi-
ler the War Di pal linen' lias decided not
to make pubbe any detailed Infornia-,
Hon winch might show Just how man)
men are leaiilng there or In what
measuie the tlrst phase of the Inoblll
rallon am being sm . i ssivet) carried out.
Si:rctary llaker announces that order
have been seal to department army
commanders to suppress news concern-1
lug troop moveiiiei ts. i
I'fticlals at the War Department said
Hiiro was a suifleictit supply of ma
chine guns tor the regular army and the
mllltla tr.uinil to ti-o tlom etTlelentlv
line of tin. Irs., in- of tt,.. Kunnie.in war I
has been to dt inousti atn the gte.it Value
un ami in initial., an
c in the number o.
The same li,,i,u cnod In regard to ar
tllliry, tt 1 oxpl. i nod. llefore the wa
tli ratio of artillery for tr'p in the
Held wa about .1 p r cent of the fun
Now It has been more than doubled as
s result of the last two years' fLiit.n,'
In Kurnpe. The supply will, Ii the 1'nltnl
Stairs ami) eal. ii ateil It would nee I
with re-1 t ',. ai till, ry equipment was
on tin- old 3 pel ..nt. liisl", but mea.
lire have been a. lead) taken to put the
American force on the ba:s of the
thoroughly iqtitpp. d Kurnpeau artries
In case of io illtles in Mexi. o there
would b" sutll. ietit artillery for thestvle
or campaign In wli., li the troops would
Xpe. tnl to engage. It I. ib-cl ired.
I having another clash over the matter of women and men of the Orange organ-
equipment or ratmr the failure of th" I la-l a branch of the lie.l Cio to-night
tqulpiuent, which has been promised, tojM.nor Mimbm, hi Sj-ler. Miss Kath
arrive here. This means that In all mine Minnhati. ex-' iov Fort and other
probability the men of Trooti D, cavalry, te din' spoke Cov Fort urged arbl
of lialtllleld. will not be able eo to ti itton of all intermit onil problems, hut
the front, and It will also delay the d snli-ed the peace at anv price ndvo
starting of the men of the Fourth Itegl- li prep n dne-s tie ron',dered the
tnent until late to-niorrnvv afternoon, nv st rffect.ve wt p m of arb.tratlon.
ELEANOR GATES SUES MOORE.
Fir-t Cavalry troops to leave
i- lioni lirooklyn, is from
from ltochester and M from
llntlerles in t'oiiceii t rate.
f'niir- wire issued last night at Gov
rn ,r- l-imii for the concentration Cj
"in 'in v can be moved of tho four
Y.i'el, it., .a. two others from Connect
' 'i' " liil- morn battery and tho bat
'rv i' Orange, N. J.. at the
imp at Toh)lianna, Pa. Some
lf ' ganizatlon are not fully
nipp d or ii.rulted. and It Is hoped tn
thev - ,
1. e c
Iif : i
I -' . w
to . ,
tile I r
i I ,
npiny -f regulars at Tonys
g.v. them Instruction before
' " i border.
' I 'i Hammond, who has been
V ior of the Yale batteries,
'i ne rs Island hist night to
'a d Pint Connecticut . Ulcer.
' i ale men and the other
I mil it h should be moved
l .litis, at Nlantlc. for equip-
g nng to Toliyhann.i or to
for attlllery Is considered
g i (i vetnors Island. This
, ri told, only boo held
in1 quip only 1.10,000
i de of the guns to a n-gl-
n : . em y In machine guns
'i and a start was made,
' leinedy It. The Savage
" p ' . greed to deliver at once
mi' - but these wero made
Expenditures Arc Already Es- $7r0,0(l0 to ?r Pnid for Tfadio '
tank Is mounted and waved hi campaign
Hit over ills Head. Immediately the
, pump began driving the water from the
four ittelan wells on the plain below
(leorge Khret to-diy offeled the Slxty
tilnth Its choice of either a motor ambu
lance or a motor truck, both of which
are needed, The Friendly Sons of St.
Patrick, through Justice Victor J. Dow-
I ling, the vice-president, volunteered to
, supply anything that was wanted. Col.
l oriley suggesieu inai ns long as victor
Herbert Is president of the Friendly
Sons, the society might supply an en
timnted tit )((iU7,n(!(i,R01
Control After Approvnl
by F. S. Experts.
listed band, and an effort will be made
1 II. N. Haldwin of 1 1 1 Hroadway has
Wmits: Plains, ,, Y. June
Hieanor llats .Moori-, aut'aor of "Tie
Poor Little lie h !.rl nnd formeily tne
wife of Itlchard Walton Tully, w hi
wnite "The Hose of tile ltancho, "The
lllrd of Paradise" and "Omar the Ten'
maker." brought suit bete to-day lor tlei
annulment of her marriage to Frederick
Ferdinand Moore, editor and stoiy
In the papers tiled with County ('lent
Carthln Mrs. .More sayn that before she.
and Mr. Moore weie married iu Patet-
con V 1 nn flelotier 10. l'lll. lllev
were advised that they were legally fie'o1 "n,''r niodern rondlti
to do so. Subsequently she learned that J1(,p'. l this re
Washington, June 30. The military Wasiiinoton, June 30, The Senate
approprlntlons nt this session of Con- adopted to-day the House provision In
gress will mount to between 1000,000,000 the foi tlflcatloti appropriations bill inl
and J730, 000,000, members nf Congress thorlzlng the acquisition of the system
estimated to-dny. inf ri"Uo control of torpedoes nnd ve.
Leading expenditures as compared ' sela Invent! d by John Hays Hammond,
offered to tako care of any nnd all faml- UH iH)th fcho ,,n(1 Mr. Moore had be
' lies Ol V.UI. iilliej n lui-ll nnu IlliiJ lief-u
Tho Fdxty-nlnth Is tn go to rceksklll
for target practice as soon as the Forty
seventh pets through. The Intention Is
to march the men down a battalion nt a
time, so the llrst unit will probably
i iov i r
are of llnglish typo
ighh ammunition, not
U'd b) our army. .Many
' I'-iory expedients will
"vi d ,n the present sltua
,n e nothing to what would
n ,n a teal war, It waa
HARLEM VOLUNTEERS DRILL.
f'l'e Hundred Men .tnmrr Call to
T'k Hiirlein Volunteera of New York,
Jircan zed in Patrick F. Cotter to en
llkt t. si iv ue in Mexico In case of
!n had Its !lrt dtlll last night In
lani r oval. HlT'li Hlreut and Convent
ve' n About fiOO men ri'spoiided.
Tim. was a company of lawyers led
) Thomas Hi esiiahan, one of
Mhlei. ,,,id iiaseball pla)erH fiom the
Morn egsiiie Aihieilc club organized hy
"'si- I'atou and one of longshoiommi
"hu u. it. led In Charles J. Paige, pres
W'ni i.i Die to ai union.
W i:tc., who iccently nnnonnced
Inat was forming a company of
arv.hooters, said last night that his
rcii zatlou would Join thu Murium
Jolu-tiers, Franela Wright Clinton, a
Hail,, ,1 merchant, has promised lo outfit
Ine in iv regiment.
with previous largest appropriations are:
Navy, 1917. 3H. 3S7.3I3 i 1!8. H9
7C3,5G.1 Army, 1317, J2SO.O0O.O00 : HUB, $101,
97ForU. 1317, J2S.150.110j ISDS. J3.517.-
HArmor plate plant. J9";J20 onn ooo.
Deficiency act. 1917. t-1.559,3 Is.
' Total. 1917. Jdfi7.0C0.S01; total other
years, $2i: 1 ... t . J J. the repoit of the boatd whether the sys
lius e..in .hitem shall bo inquired.
but In the uieitit nie a ripid In.-i.a-e in
artillery and in.n bine guns would l
I the persistent poll y of the iriny
i The in, reace in Hie number of in.i
i chine guns wb'ch the Ktiropean arinie"
. h ive In en using in the Held I said I .
I be one of the most surprising lesson '
VI a r- ' I he war Hepotis show that the c, -i
man on tic Kii-.-lin front have u-id
one machine gun to eviry tneti'y tin
M There , of coui-e. no such ahuntJair
supgily of linn Line guns available in I
I'liiied Stales arm).
While olllelal at the War Dopar ineiu
nikt'iwledge many mistakes !u He
i.irr.vlng out of the general mold'oza-1 'u
plan, they In!' that these must be d.
coitnted. and must not be viewed is
detnoru-tratlng liietllcieiicy of the get -eial
sys-etn or of Indicating a general
Inck of smooth i mining of the army's
"We must remember 'hat thl I the
first time we have tn dnlUed the mllltla
ions." said an of-
spect It might b.
looked unnii as a rehearsal In vvii1!!
minor mistake ate bound to occur, but
...1 f,, .l.elr rormee not,., lit .11. IlllllOr ll"
voice and had errom ously si.-ppos. d' that ! mllltla generally s surpa-sliig our
tho decrees had had ben absolulo the '',sl f.mgiilne expectations.
lawfulness of their union was In doubt
When this doubt was raised. Mrs. Monro SERIOUS RIOTING IN GERMANY.
says, she separated rrom ner uusnanii
NAVY GETS NEW HYDR0AER0.
I. lent. IHinlth TcsiIiik I'ovierfill Mn
clilne Alonur (be Seine,
Jr. The House bill ntillforUed tile ex
pendlture of JTSO.ooo to acquire the vit
ents and property rights In tho system
nfter nn (nvi.stlL-iitloii I... n ,.-....
. , .. , . ' .iifci.ll r.ille Dt-pntch lo Tnr. Six
no. ,u mows ,. eini ney ,1. .1 , A ny,,roaorop,,ln()
A limit of J.IO.nno Is fixed as the J r,1llt for t,(. Fnlted States navy Is belnc
nmnuni that may be expended for the j tested every evening on the Seine, near
flovernment tests and If these nrove sue. Juvlsy. Th" contract for Its purchase
and thev have bien living apart beo.iuso
i "she did not dislre to cqntltiue a n
I hitlonshlp" under such conditions It
wns s.ilil yesi"ic.ay ina-. iie-y wouiu uu
Kleauor (iates and Hlehaid Walton
Tully were maiiied In P.nU after their
graduation from the l lilverslly of Cali
fornia. Aflcr several differences and
lecoticlllatlons Mr. Tully got a decree
of divorce on the ground of dinrtloii
and abandonment. This was m All-
of Dr. I
v,ir. hll l li.
b; I III- I .III V let lull
.". , 1 Till- S.1 s
i!i:skv.v, via P.uK Juno 30. Swiss'
newspapeit, print sensational stetie of j
I'ots in lb rlin. Stutlgait, Leipzig,.
ITscu and elsewhere Iu the Herman l.'lil- 1
plrc. The Hots arose fiom demonsti a- 1
Hon of pi otest over the sentence of in-.
Karl Llebl.tui hi f ir atlemp'i d treason.
Th" .disturbance In Die Potd immei
Hill. In January of the same ! plats in lleilin. which ban alien. I) be. 11
cessful the I'lesldent shall decide upon
pleted, hut the llgures given are i."
. ' . . 1 . 1 .... muni mm ilruft-
cst mated ny collllllll.e',
1 ik tin' measure. In addition there aro
many minor I.IIIn which passed sepa
ra "ly. These probably will total J10.
000 000, The pension bill for this year
calls for Jir.S.00O,000-JC.O00,O0O lesri
''rii'ared'ness leaders declare that the
,Jm .n mis increases of this year ni"
Tho Senate debalo was very lively at
times. John I I.i h Hammond, Jr., tho
Invetilor, sat In the gallery and heard
himself praised and criticised hy turns.
Senator Works or California o!d what
a benefactor John Hays Hammond, Sr.,
had been lo thn Fulled Stales and ex.
t rem e tnl 011s . .- - " , ' , nrKl,.ct of tolled IiIh many conirlbntlons to the sum
,lu" "I?. L. ' , , evlous s Part "f engineering knovvl. dge and skill
n " c' ex ra coW Is of course due to the
was made In 19H.
)car Mr. Moore was dlvnicid from l-'Ior-
TI - Administration has decided to pay
the whole bill from current receli.ts, re.
Mug " 1 11 vast Increase In the Inconm
nx 11 the Imposition of munitions
a ,d crl.ance taxes. Tim Prn"
1., n.l Issue which House Leader Kl.cll II
dropped at the request of thu 1 nsldeiu.
F.imll.li WimiI HtrlUe Mettled.
IiSPON. Jumi 30. Sir (leorge Ask
wl h chairman of tho Indiu-trlnl Coun
cl has settled by compromise, a strike
W Jiool cmiila-is at llradford wh h
would have l.e.i u . m . ...
of wngcH gnlng
Ins. end of an incronsii
Into effect next .inn-
. , . i.-MlAsntlnli mo-
Senator John Slinip Williams, Missis
slppl. ileii.ucd ihnt the younger limn
1111 uu I ought to make a present of (ho
Invention to the (Joveriunent, "If 1 w-eru
worth mllllonH I would not nrnig here
lo Congress .0 nsk the Hovirnment to
purchase Ihls Invention," said Senator
Williams. "I would vrcucnt It to Iho
The fnt. Ideations bill was passed after
the ib bale on the method of acquiring
the Hammond patent, Thn total carried
by thn bill Is J25,120,I10, agalnnt about
Jil.iiiiii.iiini appropriated last )cnr. The
bill after being passed by Iho Senate
was sent to conference, as Iho mcasuro
was pievlottsly passed by the House.
Tim bill carried an a 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 . -1 1 1 by
Senator Horn ilin-iliug Ilia, (ho lest
should also be made of tho so-called
Clark device of mutiol, which Mr. (Join
appealed to Ililnk aiitciliiled the Ham
mum! -patent and wau practical.
Tk t.lMl.inn wns liiilltbv-P.iul Schmidt 1 emu Frlsbce Moore In Alameda lounty,
on the principle of the variable anglo California, his wife chatglng In.n with
of Incidence, by which It Is ikmsIIiIc to abandonment.
vary tho angle at which the four wings
lilt the air, thus enabling the machine I "
t.i begin flying even In rough water.
The motor Is a Sallson 150 horse
power tractor pe The tlo.itH are spe
clallv designed by M. Telller. an expert.
'Inn speed tho machine can make In the
air Is sixty inlb-s an hour, A profes
sional pU'd lr I'1" Schmidt ooiupany is
flying the machine with Llruw Ilernard
I. Smith, American naval attache here,
ns a jiassenger.
The machine win. christened with a
bottle of pure grape Juice of the Hrynn
lira ml and named IMIth, for President
Schmidt Is financed by August Ilel
num., whose Paris representative Is his
nephew, liills Nelson. The American
Navy Department paid J25.AOO for the
machine, which will lie shipped to tho
Culled Slates In the middle of July
If tho trials are successful. Llotit. Smith
will nccompnny It.
repoiteil. Is di-sciibed as. a desper-ite
struggle from sunset until midnight. The
demonstration was only etippicssed by
laige boillca of cavalry.
HOVT1 FHOXI K. HUTU K. LIITII 8TS,
tllrrct Initio vis llurriulMiro llrlint.
I IIKK Flllr.WOHK
Tl'Ksill.Wsl ft TIIUHMIt.Wf.
1. Altman $c (Ha.
WALL NOT BE OPEN TO-DAY
Jffiftlj Aiuuimn ISm jm-k
Broadwav at 34th Street A
Continuiiic; todav. biitnrdav
The Annual June Sale nf
Men's Fine Shirts
at $1.05, $1.45, $1.85
No matter what kind of a Shirt you want
for over the "Fourth," or for any other occa
sion, you will surely find it in this represen
tative collection of NEW Shirts, from lead
ing European and American, mills.
The weaves and colors arc as attractive as
they are numerous, and the- tailoring is of
the kind you would expect in high-priced
Every size sleeve length and
neckband included, in soft and stiff
cuff, pleated and negligee models.
Also Extraordinary I abws i'i
Men's Pure Silk Shirts
at $3.65 and $1.95
'At the prices (juolcd iIicm.' xqui-iu- .-ilk
shirts art; without it jieiT in fuld iv. df.-ij:ii and
' Every kind of btripe cffcci, is im-hidcd, in a
wide range of color.-.. The weave- i-omprNi':
Fine broadcloths in r.Nciuifi'.r ' t'-.s en?
crepe de Chine and (y''!i, n., . .
Todau. Satnuinu end .l'r'?.'V(
1200 New "Shcdalccr Side Split"
Silk Top Union Suits for Men
Experience has proved tn ii.- maker.- that Un
seat, or crotch, of a silk union .-ni: imariahly hreakh
first: hence the introduction nl ilu-t- i.cu .-ilk-tow
with Madras drawer union -un. w'n'"'h hae all
the weariiis.' (iiialities of cot urn iMrpu n's, and the
.-oft and conifort-nivinn feel of h'k where ii is huki
Each of the.-e tzarnients i.- nuide with ihu Shedaker
side-split opening. V neck style.
567 Suits at $j.55
Made with Kloientnii- .-111; mi.Mure
top, and cotton knee ltn;jt Ii drawers.
624 Suits at $1.M5
With plain white tuh silk. eeiuiiiR' Ko
er.s Thompson La .lav. .-ilk, or .-at in
stripe tuh silk tops and Mad,;.- drawer.-
Also Men's Worsted Hathing
Regular stock jrt i.7f7
In professional and ivultiuoi. model.-, I r
fect fittiiisr, tind jusi the com i 1 wc.'hi. Oluain
ahle in hlack, heatlur ureiii. iin-l or nay;
some with white, others with 'On l I n'di"'-.